The back of my truck was slightly sticking out in the red and I got two tickets about 5 hours apart from 2 different officers
I only practice is personal injury, which means I know "civil" law rather than criminal law. So I do not know the "law" but let me tell you what I just did. I recently received 2 parking tickets which arrived 2 minutes apart and from different parking officers. I contacted the parking bureau and was advised how to contest the tickets. So I suggest you try the same to see if you can learn more. Good luck.
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If this happened in Inglewood (where you posted from and is a mile or two East of my house) I can tell you this. If you came out and removed the ticket and didn't move your truck you would have gotten another ticket right away. If you got a ticket, didn't come out and left your truck in the same spot for five hours IPD has a policy that they will issue a new ticket I think it is every four hours that you leave a vehicle illegally parked. If your time isn't very valuable to you you might go to court and MAYBE weasel the pro-tem that will be sitting as judge to dismiss one. If not, I agree with Mr. Finnecy - pay both.
I agree with the above except that the law is you gwt one foot if leighway into the red zone.
If you have pics that you were within that range it might be worth challenging. The procedure to challenge tickets is written on the citations and is also online.
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